Taking your kids to Mexico can be an excellent way to introduce them to a new culture and different ways of life. For the best vacation choose the right location for your families needs.
Cabo San Lucas: One of the easiest ways to entertain the kids is give them the opportunity to play on the beach. The water can give your family endless activity choices, which can be suited for your kid's particular age group. Cabo San Lucas is no stranger to beaches. According to the Los Cabos Tourism Board, the Tourist Corridor, which stretches between the two towns of San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas has about 20 miles of white sand beaches. This resort-friendly town has options for most family budgets, including all-inclusive hotels---many of which are right on the beach.
Punta Mita: After arriving via plane in Puerto Vallarta, Punta Mita is only 25 miles away. This gated development is perfect for families as security is extremely high. The 1,500-acre peninsula features a plethora of kids activities, beach clubs and pristine white sand beaches. High-end hotels like the Four Seasons and St. Regis call Punta Mita home but there are also numerous villa rentals, which can accommodate families nicely. Personal villa concierges can set up babysitters and have the fridge stocked with kid-friendly foods.
Sayulita: Fly into Puerto Vallarta International Airport and then rent a car or take a taxi to Sayulita. The laid-back town is known for its surfing and simple local life. Kids can get their feet wet taking surfing lessons from local professional surfers, who will point out the best breaks for beginners. If you're looking to spend more time in Sayulita, the area has a well-known elementary school for international students called Costa Verde.